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    Marine on mesh

    I'm considering a mesh bracelet for my Marine Auto. Does anyone have a wrist shot or any opinion of a Marine (auto or original) on mesh?

    Thanks.

    Dave

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    Re: Marine on mesh


    pic courtesy of stowa.de

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    Re: Marine on mesh

    Thanks Mike, that's the picture I've been staring at. I'm hoping for a real world example or opinion, but until then that's an awfully fine combo to look at.

    Dave

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    Re: Marine on mesh

    Well, I tried to recall any member with a Marine on mesh bracelet but with no success. I have seen the Antea, the Seatime on mesh but I relly can't remember a Marine on mesh but maybe some other members will chime in here.

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    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...e+original+son

    Here you go!

    Must admit that it looks good! :)

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    Re: Marine on mesh

    I've been toying with the notion of the milanaise for my polished MO, but have not pulled the trigger yet. The MO is a big-ish watch in its proportions and the more I think about it, the more I'm convinced that a thicker leather suits it better. However, I really like the milanaise; maybe it would look better on something more refined, like the Antea. Jury still out!
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    Re: Marine on mesh

    in my oppinion the mesh does neither fit the Marine nor the Flieger.
    To the Antea it looks wonderfull!
    Last edited by glh; November 18th, 2008 at 20:07.

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    Re: Marine on mesh

    Quote Originally Posted by bydandie View Post
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...e+original+son

    Here you go!

    Must admit that it looks good! :)
    Thanks for the link.

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    Re: Marine on mesh

    Thanks all. Certainly there are a wealth of straps that look amazing on the Marine, but I'm intrigued to try out a bracelet. I don't have many watches and this is my best option to wear with a bracelet. If anyone has another bracelet suggestion please send it on. However, I think I'm likely to trust Joerg's eye and try out the mesh.

    Dave

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    Re: Marine on mesh

    The only watch i can think of that might NOT look good on mesh is this one! (with a bit of an evil laugh!)

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